Effects of the Japanese parent-child relationship on social skill of the child

[Speaker] Morita, Noriko:1
[Co-author] Udagawa, Shiho:1, Minosaki, Koji:2, Shimada, Hironori:3
1:Graduate School of Human Sciences, Waseda University (Japan), 2:Counseling Center, Surugadai University (Japan), 3:Faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University (Japan)

Social skill of the child is an important factor on building the good human relations and adapting to school life. In past many studies, rearing behavior of parents has been shown to affect the social skills of children. To improve these social skills, it is necessary to consider the parent-child relationship. On the other hand, it has also been mentioned that parents' and children's perceptions of parents' rearing behavior do not always match. Therefore, it is believed necessary to establish an intervention method based on the cultural background and its features in Japan.
In this session, we study the effects of parents' rearing behavior and children's perception of parents' rearing behavior on the social skills of children. We also discuss the current situation and challenges of cognitive behavioral therapy intervention for social skills of children.
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